My 2008 homemade desktop:
AMD64 (6000+), 4GB RAM, 34GB (10,000rpm,8mb cache)
250GB (7200rpm,16mb cache), Ubuntu 8.04 LTS only
(no games :-O...just email, web stuff, few songs/pictures) …...
I would like to go to 10.04 LTS (and maybe 12.04??).
Used update-manager, clicked “Upgrade”..... but 30 seconds later.....said,
“Not enough data in HD” So I think my partitions are wrong here. This is what I have now:
Partition Filesystem MountPoint Size Used Unused F
/dev/sda1 ext3 /media/disk 16.46Gb 435Mb 16.04Gb -
/dev/sda2 ext3 / 17.21Gb 15.57Gb 1.94Gb boot
/dev/sda3 extended - 815Mb - -
/dev/sda5 linux-swap - 815Mb - -
/dev/sdb1 ext3 ? 3.81Gb 192.77Mb 3.63Gb
/dev/sdb2 linux-swap ? 972.69Mb - -
unallocated - ? 228.12Gb - -
Can someone get me some pointers to change this so I can get 10.04 LTS?
An old retried EE